Cleansers are basically products effective at removing surface oils and debris from the skin. For a cleanser to be favourable it should rinse clean with no unpleasant residue, leave the skin moisturised, while foaming well. The contents in the cleansers vary depending on the specific use. There are many different types of cleansers for different conditions. Lipid-free liquid cleansers are very mild as they clean without soap formation and are designed to leave behind a thin moisturizing film on the skin. Ceramide/keratolytic containing cleanser provides a high level of patient acceptance when used individually or as a combination skin care regimen for the management of psoriasis. Salycyclic acid and benzoyl peroxide containing cleansers are effective in acne prone skin. AHAs (Alpha hydroxy acid) includes glycolic acid, lactic acid, malic acid, tartaric acid, and citric acid. The keratolytic effect helps acne or acneprone skin and useful in anti-aging to increase turgor of the skin. Glutathione containing cleansers claim to be helpful in the improvement of melasma, hyperpigmentation and skin aging. One has to make a right choice of cleanser to help the skin overcome minor flaws and cureka helps you pick the correct one.... Read more..